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List of resources for those homeschooling children with special needs.
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Homeschooling Only Child
I don't have any sisters or brothers, so I can identify with those who are homeschooling an only child. Growing up, well meaning friends and strangers encouraged my single mother to "give" me a brother or sister, saying that I was surely lonely, or destined to become spoiled rotten.
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This section of the Montessori Connections website focuses on resources for parents, with a section on home schooling.
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Getting Started
     Why Homeschool?
     Where to Begin
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How to Homeschool
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     Online Resources

Beyond the Basics
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